Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Richardson” in chapter 102, section c.102.267, page 530 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12.:
No further attack was made in front of the Dunkard church, or west of the pike.
Smith's division, of Franklin's Sixth corps, took position to prevent a Confederate advance there.
Richardson and French, of the Second corps, taking a different direction from Sedgewick, had marched South.
McLaws had relieved Hood, who was out of ammunition and had retired to fill cartridge-boxes.
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